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BizTalk Send Ports, WS-Addressing, ClientVia and non-http prefixed To headers, Part 2
22 February 13 06:54 AM | Johan Hedberg
In a previous post I explained how we had a need to use the WS-Addressing To header to send a non-http prefixed URI, such as urn:company/path/subpath/Service1, and how that was supported, after a fashion, out of the box in BizTalk Server. It did however...
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BizTalk Send Ports, WS-Addressing, ClientVia and non-http prefixed To headers
21 February 13 10:04 PM | Johan Hedberg | 2 comment(s)
Through WS-Addressing services can require a certain value in the ws-addressing < wsa:to > SOAP header. WCF has full support for this. This support is inherited by the WCF-Adapters . When using WS-addressing in a BizTalk Server Send Port what you...
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BizTalk and SOAP Fault version issues
08 April 10 08:34 PM | Johan Hedberg | 4 comment(s)
A developer in the same team made me aware of an issue they were seeing where if the BizTalk Send Port returned an exception the Client that called the ReceivePort would get a response that was interpreted as null instead of as an exception. Now this...
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Oh BizTalk, why dost thou mock me?
08 November 09 10:37 PM | Johan Hedberg | 1 comment(s)
In any given integration project many different parties are involved. In some cases these parties have standard endpoints against which BizTalk operates and sometimes these endpoints are built as you go in the participating systems to meet a new demand...
Contruct ChannelFactory takes too long with config
15 October 09 09:14 PM | Johan Hedberg | 5 comment(s)
Recently we experienced an issue with a service where the first call took a long time to complete. Subsequent calls would complete fine and fast, but the first call took a long time. Using Service Trace Viewer told us that the problem lay at constructing...
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14 March 09 09:33 PM | Johan Hedberg
Since all the cool kids are hanging out at Twitter, I am too. I'm slightly late to join the party, but at least I made it. With the upcomming TechDays I meaned to keep it updated with my experiences during the conference, however my Xperia X1 smartphone...
How-to: Get status from a windows service?
07 December 08 11:28 PM | Johan Hedberg
I was asked: "How can I call into a Windows Service to get it's status?" A little more background said that status was to be retrieved by clients (a website) on the same machine. My response was to use WCF with the NetNamedPipeBinding. Since...
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PDC Pre-Con - WCF
28 October 08 04:29 PM | Johan Hedberg | 1 comment(s)
PDC Pre-con Conference Tip #1 : A Pre-Con is an introduction. At least the first part of the pre-con will be taking it from the beginning. Don't be dissapointed if you feel you know all the stuff they say during the first hour or two. Conference Tip...
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WCF issue after installing updates
17 April 08 09:32 PM | Johan Hedberg | 1 comment(s)
After installing updates this past night our webservers began exhibiting odd behaviour. All our Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) services began returning 405 Method Not Allowed. I'm not sure which patch was responsible for causing this, but...
SOA and Business Process Post Conference DVDs arrive in Sweden
29 February 08 12:04 AM | Johan Hedberg
For those of you who like me attended the Microsoft SOA and Business Process conference in late october 2007 you might have been waiting for the post conference DVDs. And it feels like we have been waiting quite awhile. Perhaps the US participants have...
.NET 3.5 Certifications in BETA
27 December 07 10:04 PM | Johan Hedberg
I got inivited to do the beta exam 71-504: TS: Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 - Windows Workflow Foundation . Once in a while I get these kinds of invites, those of you who are certified and have reached a certain level and/or participated in beta exams...
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